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Thread Insert

Whether it's restoring a stripped plug or creating a new join, Grainger has the threaded inserts to guarantee the fastening is secure. Use one of our Helicoil thread repair inserts for stripped threads. If the base material is soft plastic, create new threads by hand with a press insert. For thin materials, use a rivet nut for permanent threads and a final look that's nearly flush. Grainger helps you keep it together.

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THREADED INSERTS

NAS1130-04L20D Is this insert CRES -TYPE 304
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Please consider calling Grainger to provide details for this inquiry. The national stock number provided may not even be the type of thread insert Grainger currently offers. The phone number is 1-800-323-0620.

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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: Please contact Grainger at 1-800-323-0620 for assistance with this question. We will need more information about insert size needed, tube size and wall thickness etc.
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Plan to use threaded insert in 3/8 inch fiberglass. #8 or #10 screws.
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We are sorry but to answer your question we would need more information. If you could please call 800-472-4643 and speak with one of our tech reps they will be able to assist you in getting the information you are asking for.

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Grainger offers a few thread inserts designed for plastic. For example, EZ Lok press inserts, and Ultrasonic inserts found on page 3289 of our current catalog. Also, it may be possible to utilize a “well nut”, or “Jack nut”, both found on page 3290 of the current catalog. Please consider calling Grainger for more details and choices, the Phone number is 1-800-323-0620.

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There are several factors governing the solution to this problem. The degree of damage, the type of insert that was used before are just a few of the questions we would discuss. I suggest that you talk to Grainger's Technical Product Support Team and after discussing the details, we will be able to come up with am effective solution.

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